Little Miss Muffet is bored of her own nursery rhyme so goes in search of a new nursery rhyme to be in. But before you can say Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, the whole book of rhymes is thrown into chaos!
With some of the most favourite rhymes, including The Grand Old Duke of York, Jack and Jill, Hickory, Dickory, Dock, Ding, Dong, Bell, Hey Diddle, Diddle, Sing a song of Sixpence, The Queen of Hearts, and Little Miss Muffet.
Publisher: Hachette Children's Group
Number of pages: 32
Weight: 560 g
Dimensions: 384 x 376 x 5 mm
Vivid use of colour and a witty storyline will entertain adults and children alike * The Bookseller *
An amusingly anarchic take on a familiar format, with matching madcap illustrations * Carousel *
Ends with a surprise which will make the audience laugh out loud * School Librarian *
Children will love the joke, and Melanie Williamson's illustrations are superb * The Bookbag *
Melanie Williamson's vivid, witty illustrations match the story perfectly * The Irish Times *
Hilarious and chaotic * Maternity & Infant *
... gorgeous pages filled (by Melanie Williamson) with colour, action, incident and pattern. * THE TIMES *
"Melanie Williamson's illustrations are eye-catchingly quirky and superbly original." * The Observer *
'The colourful vibrant pictures perfectly illustrate this funny tale.'
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'It's an amusingly anarchic take on a familiar format, with matchingly madcap illustrations' * Carousel *
It's playful, it's silly, it's great. Recommended. * Bookbag *
Delightfully busy and quirky. * School Librarian *
Will delight younger readers. * Maternity & Infant *